Ultra-quiet guest rooms with planes in plain view come with Saarinen-designed Knoll furniture and nostalgic Jet Age memorabilia.
Live steps from the Colosseum and the Roman Forum—but with all the modern finishes.
This will change what you think of a mountainous ski lodging.
In a once considered inaccessible location, surrounded by rose valleys and hiking trails, this remote hotel is a destination in itself.
The diamond shapes of Bavaria's natural icon weave themselves into the leitmotif of Hotel Andaz's design language.
This hotel proves that modern luxury interiors do not always have to feature white walls or minimalist furniture.
Dispersed bases encourage guests to check into different buildings for different experiences, and explore Kyoto while en route.
A restaurant, situated at the Southernmost point of the coast, gives you a peek of Norway's marine life as you dine.
The Pritzker prize winning architect's Shishi Iwa House boutique hotel integrates timber and paper tubes with Alvar Aalto furniture.
Pastel pink and forest green rooms inspire cotton candy dreams and a surrealist forest in this modern labyrinth of guesthouses.
An industrial complex gets a makeover with a jungle lobby, a 5 story atrium and a glass-bottomed swimming pool that doubles as a roof.
In Denmark, we "hygge." In Finland, we get "Päntsdrunk." This hotel is the perfect place to drink warm cider and cozy up in your skivvies.
In Tel Aviv's bustling Nachlat Binyamin district, home to a historic street market and arts fair, a regal dusky pink building rises above.
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NYC-based design firm Meyer Davis worked with Juniper to design this modern hotel/co-working space.
A newly refreshed hotel in Stockholm that strikes a balance between the hotel’s original design and new, contemporary elements.